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Well-Designed Incentives: Not a Zero-Sum Game

“Whether it be the book The Great American Jobs Scam, the DaimlerChrysler Corp. v. Cuno case in 1998, or the series of New York Times articles by Louise Story, the practice of using tax credits, grants, and other breaks to lure corporate investment has received a great deal of external scrutiny. The press and public alike have engaged in a legitimate debate over whether incentives are in fact good public policy.”

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